Naver denies collaborating with Thai govt | Telecom Asia

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Japan’s Naver has stepped in to end speculation about privacy by reaffirming that chat logs of its popular Line IM app would only be released to authorities when presented with a Japanese court order.   NHN CEO Akira Morikawa rebutted claims from the Thai police that claimed Line was secretly cooperating with them in sharing chat logs. He said that Thai authorities had not contacted the company and said that privacy was of utmost importance.


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08/12/2016, 06:28

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08/12/2016, 02:28